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Kwong Yok Tsang, Ph.D.

Selected Publications

1)  Jochems C, Tucker JA, Tsang KY, Madan RA, Dahut WL, Liewehr DJ, Steinberg SM, Gulley JL, Schlom J.
A combination trial of vaccine plus ipilimumab in metastatic castration-resistant prostate cancer patients: immune correlates.
Cancer Immunol. Immunother. 63: 407-18, 2014.
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2)  Donahue RN, Duncan BB, Fry TJ, Jones B, Bachovchin WW, Kiritsy CP, Lai JH, Wu W, Zhao P, Liu Y, Tsang K, Hodge JW.
A pan inhibitor of DASH family enzymes induces immunogenic modulation and sensitizes murine and human carcinoma cells to antigen-specific cytotoxic T lymphocyte killing: implications for combination therapy with cancer vaccines.
Vaccine. [Epub ahead of print], 2014.
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3)  Jochems C, Tucker JA, Vergati M, Boyerinas B, Gulley JL, Schlom J, Tsang KY.
Identification and characterization of agonist epitopes of the MUC1-C oncoprotein.
Cancer Immunol. Immunother. 63: 161-74, 2014.
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4)  Kim PS, Jochems C, Grenga I, Donahue RN, Tsang KY, Gulley JL, Schlom J, Farsaci B.
Pan-Bcl-2 Inhibitor, GX15-070 (Obatoclax), Decreases Human T Regulatory Lymphocytes while Preserving Effector T Lymphocytes: A Rationale for Its Use in Combination Immunotherapy.
J. Immunol. 192: 2622-33, 2014.
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5)  Bilusic M, Heery CR, Arlen PM, Rauckhorst M, Apelian D, Tsang KY, Tucker JA, Jochems C, Schlom J, Gulley JL, Madan RA.
Phase I trial of a recombinant yeast-CEA vaccine (GI-6207) in adults with metastatic CEA-expressing carcinoma.
Cancer Immunol. Immunother. 63: 225-34, 2014.
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6)  Gameiro SR, Jammeh ML, Wattenberg MM, Tsang KY, Ferrone S, Hodge JW.
Radiation-induced immunogenic modulation of tumor enhances antigen processing and calreticulin exposure, resulting in enhanced T-cell killing.
Oncotarget. 5: 403-16, 2014.
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7)  Hamilton DH, Huang B, Fernando RI, Tsang K, Palena C.
WEE1 Inhibition Alleviates Resistance to Immune Attack of Tumor Cells Undergoing Epithelial-Mesenchymal Transition.
Cancer Res. [Epub ahead of print], 2014.
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8)  Schlom J, Hodge JW, Palena C, Greiner JW, Tsang KY, Farsaci B, Madan RA, Gulley JL.
Prendergast G, Jaffee E, eds.
Recombinant TRICOM-based therapeutic cancer vaccines: lessons learned. In: Cancer Immunotherapy.
Elsevier; 2013. In Press. [Book Chapter]
9)  Schlom J, Palena C, Gulley JL, Greiner JW, Tsang KY, Madan RA, Hodge JW.
Lattime E, Gerson SL, eds.
The use of T-cell costimulation to enhance the immunogenicity of tumors. In: Gene Therapy of Cancer: Translational Approaches from Preclinical Studies to Clinical Implementation, Third Edition.
Elsevier; 2013. In Press. [Book Chapter]
10)  Hodge JW, Garnett CT, Farsaci B, Palena C, Tsang K, Ferrone S, Gameiro SR.
Chemotherapy-induced immunogenic modulation of tumor cells enhances killing by cytotoxic T lymphocytes and is distinct from immunogenic cell death.
Int. J. Cancer. 133: 624-36, 2013.
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